Lydia Elzina Knox Death
| . | v/Iff/I *»7«*« Dies At Keithsburg Special To Keithsb- rg, IlL, March 22. — Mrs Lydia Elzina Brown died at her home in Keithsburg Saturday March 19, af ter an illness of about four weeks. Lydia Elzina Knox was the daughtei of Asa and Elmira Knox, pioneer set in Mercer county. s he was born Oct 24, 1851 and hei entire life was lived in this county ex cept one year spent in Iowa. In January 1869 she was married to' To this union were ^ David A. Brown, born 16 children, eight boy s and eight girls. Her husband and five children preceded her in death. Those who live to mourn her pass- i ng are R OSG Kilsey of Washington, la., William Brown of New Boston, 111., Knox of Gilchrist, HI., Glen Brown of Elizas, Clint, Dan, Clem, ciive, Louis, Earl and a sister Mrs. Fern Robbing, all of Keithsburg and one brother Van Knox of Keithsburg. There are 68 grand children, 40 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, March 22 at 1 p. m. at the Christian church. Rev. Leslie J. Ross preaching and burial will be in Brick cemetery near Joy, 111.